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In general very basic and cheap, so I would not expect more, however we found a vomit-stained bedspread, pillow case, headboard and walls. These were changed immediately on request. Shower is too tiny with no place to put soap, toilet bowl dislodged from floor and...More
Pretty cheap in London city centre, less than 5 minutes to kings cross or Pancras Station. Wifi is OK. Decent breakfast. Room is small, but OK, clean and neat. The windows have only a single glass and so the room gets cold very soon. They...More
Excellent location within walking distance of Kings Cross. It is located opposite a very pleasant park square so it is quiet and attractive. The reception staff were very friendly and approachable. The hotel was clean and pleasant. The room was also clean and well looked...More
Stayed at this hotel due to it's location being very close to King's Cross station and tube.
The hotel is basic and the rooms are small but it does what it says on the tin. Also have to bear in mind the price paid. Bedding...More
Stayed at this hotel as it was in close proximity to Kings Cross and Camden (15 mins walk to Koko). On arrival it was clear that this wasn't a decent hotel. The room was tiny and we had to walk up several flights of stairs...More
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Response from John G, Manager at Elmwood HotelResponded 30 November 2014
Thanks for your e-mail and this feedback
Firstly I am surprised from your feedback top address which is (Mr) ???!!!!
Which it doesn't mean anything?
I have checked our record against your name and details and I can't even find any record in my system...More
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and
Yes , leaving they key and the front desk it makes sort of communication between you and the front desk , and if you lose your key outside the hotel will must replace the whole door lock , in order to secure the room again... More
Yes , leaving they key and the front desk it makes sort of communication between you and the front desk , and if you lose your key outside the hotel will must replace the whole door lock , in order to secure the room again, also according to fire regulation in case of fire , if your room key is hanged on the hotel key board thisbis means that you are out the hotel so fire fighters will go to the room following which is the key not hanged on the key board , also when you receive messages or letters it is kept a long withyiur room key at the key board.
So that is why you should leave the room key.